It seems almost impossible to think of the next year as being sweet and happy. We've got elections to get through, the craziness of the economy after the bailout bill fails, for which I am very happy, and of course the playoffs. The Red Sox left today for Los Angeles, where they will play the Angels. The Sox have a rather long list of injured players and it's going to be a really tough playoffs against the best team in the American League this year. But, as usual, I have hope.
I'll be busy (obviously) for the next couple of days. So I hope that you are all well, happy, well-fed, and feeling hopeful during my absence.
At this auspicious time of the year for Jewish readers, I wish you all the most wonderful of new years, and may you be inscribed in the book.
L'shana Tova U'metuka
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